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Poster: LAJ Date: Apr 12, 2005 7:50am
Forum: netlabels Subject: Re: AESTHETICS OF NOISE: GLITCHY SOUNDSCAPES

Just a few of quick comments:

(1) I made reference to Cascone's essay strictly because of the historical details that it provided and not because of any philosophical interest in post-modernism -a term whose meaning I find blurry to say the least.

(2) I didn't mean to imply that everything that I included in the track list was good or that they were prime examples of glitch. I was just making an honest attempt to point in the right driection (mainly for myself).

(3) On the other hand, there are some good solid glitch tracks to be found here. Myself, I'm not a heavy listener of glitch, although, I do get great pleasure from listening to a number of non-netlabel glitch releases like Cordell Klier's Apparitions or the excellent music released by the 12K/Line label.


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Poster: electronicsanonymous Date: Apr 25, 2005 7:38pm
Forum: netlabels Subject: Re: AESTHETICS OF NOISE: GLITCHY SOUNDSCAPES

Popping up it's ugly head to write it was nice to have read you

http://www.arrakis.es/~ccs/hazardrecords/catalogue/hazard_42ze.htm

ZE./.

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Poster: LAJ Date: Apr 26, 2005 8:46am
Forum: netlabels Subject: Re: AESTHETICS OF NOISE: GLITCHY SOUNDSCAPES

I hadn't hear about this release until it was mentioned by Marc in the Disquiet newsletter [ www.disquiet.com ] - great listening.